A general counsel’s influence doesn’t come from knowing the answers to legal questions. No, real influence — the kind that guides decisions, leads to sound judgments and creates better results — comes from tapping into cognitive science and knowing why people think and act as they do.

Cognitive theory teaches that people are of two minds. The first operates in default mode, physically wired by evolutionary biology, while the second operates consciously, rewired by human will.

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